VFW Ladies Dinner
Tidioute Community Charter School National Honor Society. The new inductees are shown with their high school and elementary advisor. Back row left to right: Amy Wicket - Junior High and High School National Honor Society Advisor, Samantha Veasey 8th, Megan Kime 9th and Brian Faulkner 8th(not pictured) and Mrs. Jessica Guerra, Elementary National Honor Society Advisor. The following students pictured were inducted into the Elementary National Honor Society. Third Row: left to right Geoffery Swanson 6th, Birttany Hulse 6th, and Alexandra Haehn 6th; Second Row: Paige Downey 4th, Brianna Barton 4th, Shawn Merritt 4th and Alex Sabella 4th; First Row: Greysen Fors 4th, Brooke Martin 4th, Allexa Morgan 4th, Morgon Silvis 4th, Amber McAfoose 4th.
Members of the VFW Post 8803 will be traveling to Oil City to the Venango Golf and Restaurant for their annual year end dinner.
The bus, provided by D & R Transportation of Pittsfield, will leave the VFW parking lot at 5 p.m. sharp., stopping at the Hickory Nut approximately at 5:10 p.m.
Senior Center menu
Thursday, June 30 will be hot dogs, soup, beverage and dessert.
Monday, July 4- closed for the holiday.
Tuesday, July 5 will be Pizza, salad, beverage and dessert.
Thursday, July 7 Bacon cheeseburgers, soup, beverage and dessert.
Please call the center at 484-3020 to let them know you are coming so an accurate count can be kept.
The supervised summer playground is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
Those attending can either bring a lunch and beverage or go home for lunch and return.
There will be several programs for those who are attending.
No sign up is required, only that the children attending should be ages 6 to age 17.
This is not a baby sitting service.
This week at the supervised playground they will be going to the pool on Thursday and every Thursday until August. Cost is 50 cents round trip and $1 pool fee. The bus will leave Tidioute Playground at 11 a.m.
Monday, July 4 the Supervised Playground will be closed for the Holiday.
Tuesday, July 5 there will be a 4-H presentation at 3 p.m.
Box Hockey tournament and Board Game Tournament the rest of the week.
Time is running out for the birthdays and community events to be published for the 2012 calendar.
If you have any birthdays you want added to the calendar, corrections or deletions, please contact Russell Glenn at 484-1234 or email him at email@example.com
The deadline for this information is Sunday, July 10.
Recipes are still needed for the Tidioute Community Charter School Cookbook.
Please send your favorite recipes to the school as soon as possible. The correct address is Tidioute Community Charter School, 241 Main St., Tidioute, PA 16351. Or you can drop them off at the school or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
This cookbook will be available for sale in the fall.
Remember this is a community cookbook, you need not have a child in school to donate your recipes.
Keith Martin will be at the Tidioute First United Methodist Church on Sunday, July 3 for the 11 a.m. worship services.
Please come and welcome him to the community.
More helpers are needed for the Community Vacation Bible School that will run from July 11 through July 15 from 5 p.m. till 7:30 p.m.
Tidioute First United Methodist Church will be hosting VBS this year at their church.
Knights of Columbus
St. John Knights of Columbus has announced that in a special ceremony honoring Pope Benedict XVI, Larry McGuigan of Tidioute received his First and Second Degree on June 23 at the Warren Council Home.
Larry and his wife live in Tidiuote and the Council welcomes him to their membership.
Council 9304 will have their next general meeting on Thursday, July 7 at 7:30 p.m. at ST John Center.
All members are urged to attend this important meeting.
Book A Trip to the Tidioute Public Library's Summer Reading Program.
This year's theme is "One World Many Stories".
Registration is now open for all students in grades Kindergarten through grade six.
Their trip begins on July 29 with an opening party at 1 p.m.
Also, their annual Book Sale will be held from July 6th to July 20th.
All hardbacks will be $1 each and paperbacks will be 50 cents each.
The Tenth Annual Golf Scramble for Tidioute Area Volunteer Fire Department will be held on Saturday, July 23 at the River Ridge Golf Course.
Sign up sheets will be at Tippy Canoe and VFW Post 8803.
Cost is $40 per person and this is a four person scramble.
Shotgun start is at 9 a.m..
There will food, beverages and prizes.
Contact Dan McLaughlin at 730-2917 or River Ridge at 814-676-3712 for more information.
Thunder In The Hoot
The sixth Annual Thunder In The Hoot Dice Run will be held on Saturday, August 13.
Registration is from 10 a.m. to noon at the Tidioute Community Charter School located at 241 Main ST, Tidioute.
Cost is $10 per bike and $10 for additional rider.
If you do not have a bike you can drive your car.
Food, entertainment and door prizes will follow in the Dice Run. Prizes will be awarded for the highest and lowest rolls.
For more information please contact Suzanne Higgins at 730-2136, Marlene Higgins at 779-5589 or Maureen McAfoose at 484-3820.
Information will also be posted on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thunderinthehoot.
The committee would like to thank everyone who donated to past Dice Runs, this helped make the Thunder In The Hoot a success.
Please join them again this year for more fun.
Volunteers are needed for each of the six check points. Contact any committee member if you can help.
Check Points include: TJ's, Hog Heaven, Bucket, Ashley's, Clearview, and Hotel Tidioute.
Linda Scott, member of the former Mountain Grange 1152, was reinstated into membership at the recent meeting of Watson Grange which was presided over by Master Bob Hollabaugh.
The next craft night will be July 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Alice Weaver and the men will meet the same night and time at the Grange hall to work on the exhibit walls for the fair.
Junior grange members will meet at 6 p.m. on July 12 and July 26 at the Grange hall to finalize their exhibits for the fair.
Glass items are still needed for the Dime Pitch to be held during the Fishing Tournaments Festivities Thursday, September 22 through Sunday, Sept. 25. Donations will be accepted by John Hollabaugh, please call 484-2242 if you have a donations for them.
A tentative date for the auction at Pomona Grange on the Warren County Fair Grounds has been set for August 20 at 1 p.m.
Watson Grange will meet again on July 7 at 7:30 p.m. with melons for refreshments and the quarterly birthday dinner will precede the July 28th meeting at 6:30 p.m.
There will be a Memorial Celebration of the life of Nelson Keith Knight formally of Tidioute on Saturday, July 9 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the home of Randy Knight, 22 First Street, Tidioute.
Knight was born February 7, 1943 and died on January 16, 2011 while wintering in Florida.
Family and friends are invited to drop in to share old memories with Nelson's wife, Pat and family.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Committee members are still selling PA lottery tickets with a drawing set for Monday, July 4 based on the evening daily number.
Each ticket has two numbers, the first on played straight and the second number is played in reverse.
First place will be $100 for the number straight and the second place winner will receive $50 for the number in reverse.
Tickets are $1 each, winner need not be present to win.
All unsold tickets become the property of the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament.
For tickets, contact Marty Bennett at 484-7372, Butch Glenn at 484-1234 or stop at Buccardo's Restaurant.
Members of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary of Post 8803 will be selling commemorative buttons with a picture of the Tidioute Bridge complimenting the battle.
Buttons will be $1 each and will go on sale at the concession stand at Tippy Ballfield on Saturday, Aug. 6 and selling them along Main Street and Buckingham Street. Also, they will have a table set up in front of the VFW Memorial next to the Post home on Main ST.
The annual Anything That Floats Raft Race will be held on Saturday, July 9 at 11 a.m. sharp.
Entries will set sail at the Wildwood and dock at the Tidioute Boat Launch.
Theme this year is "Disco On The River".
Cost is $5 per person.
1. Kristen Robertson
2. Owen M. Heenan, Lukas Sheckler, Larry Anderson
3. Mackenzie Blake, Dakota Barton, Joan Kane, Marge Anderson, Travis Moore, Ashley McAllister
4. Craig D. Holmes, Sheryl Hulings, John Nodzak, Jim Matie, Delia Campisano, Melissa Gresham
5. Shelly Campisano, Luke Schwab, Jean Yeager, Leanne Bailor, Alicyn Haney, Nena McCandrew, Kathleen McGraw
6. Lori McLaughlin
7. Ken Nicholson, Aaron Clickett
8. Audrey Campbell, Tim McLaughlin, Becky Sneltzer, Herb Riemenschneider
9. Jay Lindemuth, Cassie York, Kaleb Schwab.
10. Morgan L. Silvis, Cory Blake, Mariah Wolford, Kate Proper, Matthew Jamieson, Kevin Seelinger, William Scheckler III, Tod Higgins
11. Vivian Shaw
12. Kaylyn Watters
13. Kaitlon Silvis, Heather Cass, Joseph King, Joe Alberth, Dennis Kitelinger
14. Frank Buccardo Jr, Jim Kist, John Benner, Ron Ringel, Elaine Robbins
15. Jeffery Richards, Debbie Faulkner, Dave Rondinelli, Jim Kostkas, Jessie Mattie, John Kostkas, Christopher Wilcox
16. Dan Parker, Alicia Nicholson, Mackenzie Rehe, Olivia Kitelinger, Michael Heenan, Terri Fike, Todd Downey
17. John McCracken, Brandon Blair, Briana Blair, John Blair, Julie Fike-Tencate, Mike Knight, Mary Fink
18. Monica Antil, Matthew Joseph, Carol Ziegler, Mark Moore, William Vrizenga
19. Missy Conte, Staci Sanders, Ella Johnson,
20. Dian Wolford, Robert Williams Sr.
21. Rev Dale Reitz, Laura Rondinelli
23. Carol Benner, Betty Kowalski, Debbie Campbell, Nicholas McCandrew
24. Jen Hayes, Brooks Ambos, Krista Greeley, Cody Greeley, Rick Downey
25. Bobbie Heenan, Jean Kitelinger, Phylis Rapp
26. Miranda Irons, John Fink, Missy Klos, Sue Lester, Adrian McLaughlin
27. Lisa Sveda, Lisa Spulecki, Jack Kostkas,
29. Carol Bunce, Leta Wolford, Jay McKown
30. Beth Navarro, Logan Moore, Butch Glenn, Lance Spencer, Kay Moore, Colleen McLaughlin
31 Derek Klos, Justin Drukenbrod, Donna Reitz
Up Coming Events:
30 Senior Center-hot Dogs and soup noon
4- playground and senior center closed.
5- Senior Center lunch of Pizza and salad
7 garbage pick up as usual
Senior Center lunch of bacon Cheeseburgers
Watson Grange at 7:30